In the context of the historic floods that occurred in the spring of 2017, the city of Rigaud was the hardest hit with more than 400 residents directly impacted.

Facing this major challenge, it has decided to hire INFRA Urban Planning and its urban planning group to implement a crisis management tool and provide additional technical staff. Thanks to this approach, it has been possible to set up a real crisis cell that has also enabled integrated and collaborative management between the various stakeholders of the recovery process.

The joint work of the INFRA Urban Planning team with that of the Crisis Unit (urban planners and managers inspectors) with the urban planning department of the City of Rigaud, as well as the services of the Canadian Red Cross, CSSSMO and the Salvation Army, led to an integrated and efficient management of the files and allowed a better resilience.


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